Millennials and investors are not hungry for Blue Apron

Blue Apron aims to save you time on grocery shopping by delivering meal-kits to your doorsteps. But young people already have too much on their plates, often juggling school, full-time jobs, and social lives. For many the best dinner is one that's already cooked. Blue...

How to Protect Your Child’s Identity, Before the Next Breach

In an age when social media and online transactions are king, security breaches have become the norm. Since the Equifax breach, approximately 145.5 million U.S. consumers’ identities have been put at risk — but what does this mean for individuals under the age of 18?...

The​ ​iPhone​ ​8​ ​May​ ​Have​ ​Taken​ ​a​ ​Chunk​ ​Out​ ​of​ ​Apple’s​ ​Earnings

The release of Apple’s redesigned, ultra-expensive iPhone X later this week has investors salivating, but lackluster sales of the new iPhone 8 could put a damper on the tech giant’s quarterly earnings. Apple is expected to report its fourth-quarter earnings for fiscal...

Here’s What to Expect from AMC Networks Inc. Third-Quarter Earnings Report

On Thursday, AMC Networks Inc. [Nasdaq: AMCX] will release its third-quarter results where it is expected to show marginal gains in revenues, as affiliate fees drive up revenue. Third-quarter revenues for the company is expected to hit $658 million, according to a...

Becoming a Business Could Save You Money Under the Republican Tax Plan. Here’s How.

If you want to save big under Donald Trump’s new tax plan, you might be wise to abide by the words of Jay-Z, who once rapped: “I’m not a businessman, I’m a business, man.” President Trump and Republicans in Congress have a new plan to reduce taxes. Some of the biggest...

Facebook Expected to Post Strong Q3 Results Bolstered by Video, Mobile Ads

Facebook is expected to release its third-quarter earnings Wednesday after market close. The consensus forecast for this quarter’s earnings is $1.28 per share, according to Bloomberg analysts, compared to $0.82 last year in the same quarter. The revenue consensus came...

What to watch for in Blue Apron’s third-quarter earnings

Blue Apron, a meal-kit delivery company, has been struggling on the market with its stock plunging 48 percent since its initial public offering in June. Growing competition from Amazon and European rival HelloFresh made matters worse, pushing Blue Apron to announce...

Coca-Cola beats estimates after healthy drinks push pays off

The Coca-Cola Company beat Wall Street expectations as a focus on new health-conscious products helped boost its top-line growth. The company is facing a shift in consumer trends as more people move away from core Coca-Cola products and toward alternative beverages in...

Consensus on Amazon is another quarter of low profits

Amazon is expected to post falling profits for the third-quarter on Thursday as it continues to invest in new services and technology such as Business Prime Shipping and Amazon Key. Earnings per share expectations are at 3 cents. That's a 94 percent decline from the...

Are You Still Watching Netflix’s US Subscriber Growth?

Netflix’s stock soared on Monday Oct. 16, 2017, when the company beat analyst subscriber growth expectations. But that stock-driving metric has two factors, and one of them is flattening out just short of its goal. Netflix added net 5.3 million subscribers in the...
Energy Transfer Partners Struggles Towards Top Spot

Energy Transfer Partners Struggles Towards Top Spot

All Kelcy Warren wants is to join the big league of energy companies. Instead his Texas-based pipeline company Energy Transfer Partners has become the whipping boy for all of the industry’s deeds. Warren, the son of an oilfield worker from rural East Texas, founded...

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Tesla’s New Lemon isn’t One of its Cars

Tesla’s New Lemon isn’t One of its Cars

Rick Marotta remembers how Tesla used to be, driven by word-of-mouth sales and known for intimate service. The company he’s dealt with lately is losing that personal touch. Marotta, a New York-based musician, became enamored with his friend’s Model S during a speedy...

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IBM is Back to the Future

Ginni Rometty, left no room for doubt in drafting International Business Machines’ path to the future: “I believe we have reached a turning point in our journey,” the CEO said, addressing the company’s investors in March of this year. “IBM is now emerging as a...

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